Mrs. Landingham strolls past a spooky glowing bust as Charlie approaches and tells her that the Prez is displeased with his lunch, which "consisted almost entirely of vegetables." Mrs. L. explains that this is something known as "salad," but Charlie says that the Prez would prefer a sandwich. Mrs. L. says, "Tell the President he will eat his salad, and if he doesn't like it, he knows where to put his salad." Charlie wisely decides to give up, and the camera pans in to the conference room where Sam and Toby are still dealing with the military head honchos. One of them insists that the "Don't ask, don't tell, don't pursue" policy works. Sam says it doesn't, and starts spewing facts: "Eleven hundred and forty-five people were discharged for being gay in 1998." Toby claims that this is a record, although actually, 1998 discharges were just the highest in ten years. Which is still impressive. Sam adds that there has been a 92\% increase in discharges since the policy was implemented. He goes on to say, "Four hundred and fourteen Air Force discharges. The highest in two decades. Two hundred and seventy one of them [were] during basic training at Lackland Air Force Base." Toby steals my joke, not that I mind, by asking, "Major, what the hell is going on at Lackland Air Force Base?" Major #2 tells Toby, "I don't like your sense of humor." Toby smirks, "I get that a lot." C.J. steps in and asks for Toby, who goes to talk with her, pausing to tell Sam, "You're doing good." Sam rushes to note, "Toby praised me! End of world is nigh!" in his personal diary. C.J. tells Toby about Mandy's memo, and he leads her to his office to discuss the matter further.
Donna greets Josh near the main entrance to ask, "How'd it go?" Josh wonders how she knew he'd gotten back. She says she saw him through the window, but Josh points out that she doesn't have a window. "You have a window," Donna explains. Josh asks, "What are you doing in my office when I'm not there?" She answers, "Looking for you out the window." She's more like a pet than a secretary, really. He finally says, "It went fine," without enthusiasm. For some reason, Donna feels entitled to more detail than that, and claims that this is their "special time together." Josh says, "I'm not in the mood to mess around," although I would have said something more forceful, like, "Go away, stop bothering me, and do your work!" Josh asks Donna to prep him on English as the National Language. She wants to know if they're for it or against it, and as Josh gets more exasperated, she wonders, "We're not in favor of making another language the official language, are we?" People who are as thin as Donna shouldn't behave in a way that makes other people realize how easy it would be to snap her neck. She finally says she'll have it for him in thirty minutes. You know she's just going to pull something off the web, right? She also tells Josh that Toby wanted to see him as soon as he got back.